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Foot and Ankle Treatment

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At UVM Health Network - CVMC our board-certified orthopedic surgeons use traditional treatment methods and state-of-the-art surgical ankle procedures to treat arthritis and repair fractures, ligaments, and tendons.

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Your ankles are complex, weight-bearing structures. Injuries, arthritis or deformities in your ankles can seriously affect your ability to function and enjoy life.

In addition to arthritis, your ankles are also susceptible to sports injuries, fractures, sprains and other traumatic injuries.

Our board-certified orthopedic physicians use traditional treatment methods and state-of-the-art surgical procedures to treat a wide range of foot and ankle pain, including:

  • Arthritis of the foot and ankle
  • Congenital deformities
  • Sprains
  • Diabetes (Diabetic Limb Salvage)
  • Neuromuscular disorders
  • Wound Care
  • Trauma from:
    • Fractures
    • Severe injuries of the lower extremity
    • Sports injuries
    • Sprains

Foot and Ankle Treatment Options

At your appointment, your physician will conduct a comprehensive evaluation. This often includes diagnostic procedures such as X-rays, which we perform on-site.

Then, your doctor will discuss your treatment options with you. Sometimes, your treatment might require other medical services from different departments. If so, rest assured that we will coordinate your care.

We provide a variety of services, including:

Arthritis

For mild to moderate arthritis of the ankle, you might be a candidate for ankle arthroscopy, in which our surgeons will shave the painful bone spur(s) around the ankle joint. If you have more advanced ankle arthritis, you may need ankle fusion surgery, which removes the worn out portion of the joint and fuses the bones together in a solid position.

At UVM Health Network - CVMC Orthopedics & Sports Medicine and Podiatry, we are committed to delivering the best in comprehensive foot and ankle care. Call our office in Berlin, VT today at 802-225-3970.